While some people want to pretend the hard part of the pandemic is over, the truth is, it’s only just beginning. As we navigate the heavy responsibility of the ethical and moral dilemma in opening our offices, there are many professional & personal factors to consider: • Are clients ready to come into the office? […]
Mentors You know the great ones, the once-in-a-lifetime ones, the ones that you say to yourself, “how did I get to be so lucky?” They taught us work/life balance and autonomy, as well as trust, respect, and love for our field, our patients, and ourselves However, our mentors never prepared us for this Our professional […]
Now more than ever, it is important not only to have compassion, love, and respect for oneself but also for others and their decisions – even when you may disagree. Here are my TOP 10 tips for getting through this tough time: 1. Refrain from judging others 2. Take deep breaths when you are awake […]
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